The vehicle was missing thursday morning on my way to work. Picked up my rider and it killed while sitting n neutral. The obll/scan I did told me the #2 coil was bad and it was. It's smelled burn't. It grounded out on the valve cover tube. When I changed it, the vehicle just spin over just the way it did when I tried to restart it that mornining. So; I changed the timing belt thinking that was the problem. The marks are exact on the cam shafts and crank. If I align the marks on the crank is it at tpc? Are Do I have to take the #1 spark out to get on top dead center?
February, 9, 2013 AT 11:20 PM
Did you align the timing marks before you replaced the belt?
February, 9, 2013 AT 11:30 PM
February, 9, 2013 AT 11:33 PM
If you aligned the crank gear correctly, the pistone will be at tdc.
Our concern is do you have any compression or did you bend valves.
I would start with a compression test
February, 9, 2013 AT 11:42 PM
Why is the throttle body humming when I turn the switch on? I grabbed the plug and it weakens. Would this keep it from starting? When the motor spins I hear a puff sound.
February, 10, 2013 AT 1:59 AM
That is another issue and it may be tps related or ecm, but lets stick to the first issue